The Fourth Sunday of Easter (Jubilate)

The Divine Service, abbreviated for use in Christian homes:

Hymn: With High Delight Let Us Unite, LSB 483

Gospel: John 16:16-23

Jubilate (Easter 4)—The Sundays after the Resurrection of our Lord receive their names from the Introit for that particular Sunday. The Latin phrase Jubilate recalls the words jubilant and joy and comes from Psalm 66.

The full Introit, taken from Psalm 66:3,5,8-9 (antiphon Psalm 66:1-2) is included below:

Make a joyful shout to God, all the earth! Alleluia.
   Sing out the honor of His name; make His praise glorious. Alleluia.
Say to God, How awesome are Your works!
   Through the greatness of Your power Your enemies shall submit themselves to
You.
Come and see the works of God;
   He is awesome in His doing toward the sons of men.
Oh, bless our God, you peoples!
   And make the voice of His praise to be heard,
He keeps our soul among the living,
   and does not allow our feet to be moved.
Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit.
   As it was in the beginning, is now, and will be forever. Amen.
Make a joyful shout to God, all the earth! Alleluia.
   Sing out the honor of His name; make His praise glorious. Alleluia.

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